Instant Gratification

Instant Gratification : The Trillion Dollar Retail Market Revealed

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Instant Gratification: The Trillion Dollar Retail Market Revealed. Everyone knows it's there. Billions of dollars have been spent by eBay, Google, Wal-Mart and other major retailers in trying to get it and yet FAILING. Entire retail segments have virtually disappeared. And yet this "Retail Holy Grail" Remains: THE 3 SLEEPING GIANTS. Every Wonder Why ? Richard Cherry is an accomplished serial entrepreneur in several industries and the acknowledged authority about Rapid 30 to 45 Minute Fulfillment & Delivery of time-sensitive retail and restaurant products to consumers for which he was granted U.S. patent No. 7,082,409. He has written this seminal GuideBook to help senior executives of major retailers and restaurants understand the key elements needed to awaken the 3 Sleeping Giants and thus prosper from leadership in the Trillion Dollar Retail Market. It's simply a matter of time until a visionary leader accepts Richard's challenge and partners to dominate this yet unclaimed market. Consumers have validated their demand for online shopping and immediate delivery of Everything from their local stores to their homes and offices. So why don't retailers and restaurants give them what they want? The answer is simple. They don't understand how to do it cost effectively and efficiently. Bricks and Mortar retailers allow Amazon to take their market share of the most profitable products and leave the pickings for in-store shoppers. Their omnichannel efforts have blossomed but are totally ineffective in stopping the relentless double digit increase in online retail sales by Amazon. The solution is simple - all outlined in this fascinating GuideBook.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 3.3mm | 195.04g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • colour illustrations
  • 1508521824
  • 9781508521822

About Richard S Cherry

An accomplished entrepreneur and a founder of The Now Mall, Mr. Cherry founded, operated and sold 5 companies in diverse industries over 35 years including designing and patenting products and services used worldwide by consumers, manufacturers, retailers and independent contractor purchaser/drivers. He developed and patented technologies and services for call centers and rapid delivery systems in the U.S. and Canada for retail products such as groceries, fast food, office supplies and sundry durable goods as well as for food processing equipment for dairies, breweries and the food industry.Mr. Cherry also was granted numerous other patents for various products commonly used throughout the world today. Mr. Cherry received an Entrepreneur of the Year Award and an Environmental Award for his patented plastic shipping containers that saved trees instead of destroying them as did conventional cardboard boxes.Mr. Cherry received a Smithsonian ComputerWorld Award for his developments in Internet-related innovative use of technology. Mr. Cherry was granted patents for a shared workforce call center business method and his online remote workforce scheduling technology currently used by Arise.com (formerly Willow CSN), America's patented and leading online staffing service for major call centers. Mr. Cherry is founder of Willow CSN (now Arise.com). The Now Mall and Arise have similar workforce structures through sharing of specialized workers among major corporations using patented Internet-based communication technologies. Willow CSN was purchased in 2005 by Accretive, LLC (chaired by Edgar Bronfman, Jr.) for $41.5 million after investments by leading venture capitalists and private investors. Mr. Cherry's accomplished mentors include Colonel Harland Sanders, founder of KFC, who said: "Get it Right First In Microcosm. Don't make a mistake In Macro."show more